Langlois Welcomes Catherine Martel as a Litigation Partner

Montréal, October 3, 2018 – Langlois lawyers is pleased to announce that Catherine Martel has joined its litigation group as a partner, in its Montréal office.

A seasoned attorney

Catherine has been advising and representing clients for twenty years in matters involving product liability, consumer law and energy law, including class actions. She also drafts appeal factums and memorandums of argument in all areas of the law. She has extensive experience with Quebec civil law (including the law of obligations, contract law and civil liability law), corporate law, administrative law, constitutional law and civil liberties, as well as energy law.

Before joining Langlois lawyers, Catherine practiced for twenty years at an international law firm.

“Whether defending her clients in complex litigation files or supervising the drafting of factums and memorandums of argument, Catherine meets challenges with resolve and a depth of expertise that can only be gained from high-level professional experience”, explained Jean-François Gagnon, the firm’s chief executive. “We look forward to seeing her work together with her new colleagues to offer customized solutions and conclusive results for the benefit of our clients.”

About Langlois lawyers

Langlois lawyers’ intrepid and innovative approach is contributing to the success of some 600 businesses operating in Quebec, the rest of Canada and abroad. The firm’s more than 150 professionals offer top-flight legal services in a variety of areas such as construction law, energy and environmental law, information technology and communications law, governance and ethics, civil and commercial litigation, labour and employment law, real estate law and business law in general. Anchored in a proud past but resolutely geared towards the future, Langlois lawyers has been blazing a trail of excellence since 1916. With a business partner of this calibre, you can definitely raise the bar to success.


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